This much-anticipated book presents the procedural phases required to achieve optimal results in the esthetic rehabilitation of patients in need of fixed prostheses. Communication between the clinician and the technician, which is essential to the esthetic, biologic, and functional integration of the prosthetic rehabilitation, is highlighted through a step-by-step presentation of all clinical and laboratory procedures. Chapters demonstrate methods to obtain accurate facebow recordings, impression materials and techniques, fabrication of provisional restorations, and incorporation of interdisciplinary therapies for ideal comfort and esthetics. All of this information is transferred to the final restorations, which should provide patients with long-term prosthetic solutions exhibiting appropriate fit, form, and function. Hundreds of full-color clinical photographs and detailed illustrations accompany each treatment phase and situation described. This beautiful book picks up where Volume 1 ended and delivers its message with equal clarity and precision.
Chapter 1. Communication with the Laboratory for the Diagnostic Waxing
Chapter 2. The Fabrication and the Esthetic-Functional Integration of the Provisional
Chapter 3. Biologic Integration of the Provisional and Final Preparations
Chapter 4. From the Provisional to the Definitive Prosthesis: Impressions and Data Transfer
Chapter 5. Constructing and Finalizing the Prosthetic Rehabilitation